The Golden Cockerel Press, One Of The Foremost Publishers Of Illustrated Books, Was The Most Important And Productive Of The English Private Presses During The Period Of This Notable Work Is The First Extensive Study Of The Press, Based On Interviews And The Press S Widely Scattered Archives Richly Illustrated With Pages Of Color Illustrations And Over Black White Illustrations, This Work Delves Into The History Of The Press And Discusses And Assesses Its Important Private Press Books Closely Associated With The Revival Of Wood Engraving, The Golden Cockerel Press Books Were Vehicles For The Work Of Such Artists As Robert Gibbings, Eric Gill, David Jones, Agnes Miller Parker, Eric Ravilious, John Buckland Wright And Others A Bibliography Of All Books Printed By The Golden Cockerel Press Is Included Co Published With The British Library Sales Rights North South America Only Elsewhere, The British Library
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